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Nineteenth century English literary society was so set against bringing women into its exclusive realm that the Bronte sisters felt they had to use male nom de plume's to attract a readership, and George Eliot remains known to posterity by her male pseudonym. Despite this inclement environment, there was a flowering of female authorship that has never been bettered, possibly never equaled. This 3 DVD set examines the most striking examples of this extraordinary phenomenon.